King High Line Multi-Use Path
Toronto, ON

King High Line Multi-Use Path

The King Highline Project is a pedestrian pathway that runs along the rail corridor in Liberty Village, Toronto. The project required the specialized skills and techniques of Feature Walters to achieve the desired finished look, using pre-weathered corten steel, stainless steel and galvanized steel which greatly enhances the main finishes along the path.

First Capital Realty Inc.
Kasian Architecture Ontario Inc.
Structural engineer
Sigmund Soudack & Associates Inc.
Facts & Figures
  • 104m of planters
  • Four corten panelled lookouts
  • Corten panels on the crash wall
  • Four stainless steel circular viewing ports
  • Stainless steel handrail and Omega fencing
Our Role

Feature Walters role was the supply and install of four corten paneled lookouts, corten panels on the crash wall, wire mesh look-outs, planter boxes, stainless steel handrail, and wire mesh fencing.

Overcoming Challenges

This project had a very aggressive schedule and is on a very small footprint. Steel was delivered JIT (just in time), as there was no laydown room. Part of the pathway needed to remain open during installation as an emergency exit which required our equipment and men to work in a tight space.

1100 King Street West, Toronto, On
A Feature Walters Project
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